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Pakistan’s guided tour of journalists to Balakot air strike spot is a pointless exercise

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Pakistan has taken some foreign journalists and diplomats on a guided tour of Balakot to back its claim that the IAF’s 26 February bombing raid totally missed its targets, and nothing was damaged in the Jaish-e-Mohammed madrasa. Six weeks after the air strike, this controlled visit has zero meaning.

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